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Kam's Corner: Busch's My Way Curbside Service

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PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WJBK) -

Grocery shopping is no longer a dreaded chore for Busch's Fresh Food Market customers. Busch's My Way service offers customers the opportunity to spend your time doing what you want. Personal shoppers will hand select your order and load it right into your car at their convenient pick up spot right in front of the store.

After registering for Busch's My Way service online, shoppers can create custom lists for ordering groceries, use the weekly shopping list tool and many other helpful features for completing grocery shopping. The web site even allows customers to specify a specific pick-up time at the store. When you pull up at the Busch's My Way curbside sign an associate loads groceries into your car for you, so you do not even have to exit your vehicle.

"I was able to just put the boys in the car, we could drive up and have our groceries loaded in and just get right back home," said Diane, a 13-year regular customer who has been using the service every couple of months for the past year.

Manufacturer's coupons and personalized sale alerts greet customers online when they login. Custom food lists and color coding help make it easy to find the items you are looking for quickly and efficiently.

Each order is $6.95 no matter the size. Busch's My Way service is helpful for anyone, specifically busy families with children and the elderly. The curbside service is available all 15 Southeastern Michigan locations.

Busch's Fresh Food Market Southeastern Michigan locations:

Ann Arbor - Green Road

Ann Arbor - Main Street

Carleton

Clinton

Dexter

Farmington Hills

Livonia

Novi

Pinckney

Plymouth/Northville

Rochester Hills

Saline

South Lyon

Tecumseh

West Bloomfield 

Instead of stepping out this winter during a snow storm, check out Busch's My Way service on www.buschs.com.

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